Author Archives: Duncan Scott

The Immense African Solar farm that could power Europe

The Future of Solar The Ouarzazate Solar Power Station, located in the Drâa-Tafilalet region in Morocco 10 km from Ouarzazate town, could provide power to Europe. With the demand for power on the rise, cleaner, more efficient forms of power are consequently becoming a necessity.  This plant, set to be one of the biggest in […]

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016

Gather around nature lovers. 25 of the best photographs from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 Choice collection are available for viewing. This collection features photographs from all over the world. From a Giraffe peeking into a guesthouse to a Nile Crocodile, there is something for everyone. You can vote for your favorite image […]

Sir David Attenborough’s Story of Life

Sir David Attenborough :Story of Life Fans of Sir David Attenborough, everyone’s favorite nature commentator, are now able to download his new app: The Story of Life (available here for iOS and Android) and enjoy over 1000 clips of his work thanks to the BBC. The app showcase’s clips from his 60 years of work […]

Terreco attends Dept. of Water & Sanitation Workshop

Megan and Jaclyn attended a workshop with the Department of Water and Sanitation recently.   The workshop was held at the East London office of the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) and related to the new system of authorisation that will be employed by the DWS when considering applications for General Authorisations in terms […]

Wildlife: Iguana vs Snakes

The film crew of BBC Planet Earth II are living every wildlife photographers dream. While on the sandy beaches of Fernandina Island, an uninhabited island in the Galapagos, where animals have no reason to fear humans, they captured animal behavior that has never been filmed before. Be sure to stay tuned to the BBC Website […]

Local Environmental Impact Company lends a hand on Nahoon Beach

It is something that we see less of nowadays, especially in the grips of a winter snap which is making its way across the country. Local environmental impact assessment business, Terreco Environmental, based in Berea, chose to spend their Thursday cleaning up Nahoon Beach. The team at Terreco are a committed bunch both to the […]